Dental floss is more useful than you think. There are many surprising uses for dental floss in a survival scenario or around the homestead.
Rubber bands have all sorts of off-grid uses in first aid, fishing, starting a fire, organizing your gear, and much more.
You can easily make charcoal if you live in a neighborhood that will tolerate a smoky fire that burns for a while.
Vermicomposting involves the use of earthworms to accelerate the decomposition of vegetation to produce a super-rich fertilizer.
Bobby pins aren’t just for pinning up hair. They can be used for all sorts of things around the homestead. Here are just a few examples.
There are many off-grid uses for tin foil that can make your life easier. From cooking to keeping critters out, tin foil has many uses.
Willow bark, which is used to make aspirin, can be processed into a tea or tincture that is gentle on the stomach and eases pain.
There are highly effective alternatives to WD-40 that you can make easily and for next to nothing at home. Here’s how.
In this article, we’re going to learn how to make clay bricks, soil bricks, papercrete bricks, and concrete bricks.
Pine pitch is an essential part of many homemade remedies and commercial products. Here’s how to make it and how to use it.